Early morning northbound.
This first train of this very early Saturday morning is a northbound. I count 24 [CSX]s in this frame.
A well worn standard cab Dash 8C leads a northbound through Little Ferry.
After pushing baretables, this Geep 38-2 heads back to Little Ferry on an early Sunday morning.
After an earlier minor bottleneck at M.P.43, the River Sub is busy this Saturday morning.
Southbound along the Hudson.
A splash of orange and a well worn Warbonnet head south with Bakken oil.
A thinned deadline at Northside.
After a long run working Rice's Point in Duluth, 3702 works Northtown.
As last night's rain clouds are pushed into Wisconsin, the day's work begins at Proctor yard.
A busy Sunday afternoon at Pig's Eye. I count 21 locomotives: 2 Pacman CP SD40-2s, a couple Bandits, 3 NS units, TC&Ws...
CP power waiting their fate: MP15ACs 1433, 1404, 1540; GP38-2s 4414, 4417,4420 and 4429. Look close, 8756 is in the shop.
Crossing an inky Poplopen creek.
SD70M 4770, a veteran of the River Line heads south.
The morning's second train again heading north.